Will China clean up graves in 2022?This “two” approach is generally used

2022-04-25 0 By

Preface Birth and death are something that everyone must experience.When people’s life comes to an end, their relatives and friends will choose to hold a funeral to commemorate their life. Chinese funeral culture has thousands of years of history, and different ethnic groups in different regions have different funeral customs.Before that, most of Our country used earth burial, but as the concept of environmental protection gradually takes root in people’s minds, more and more people realize that earth burial is not conducive to the sustainable development of the earth, so people began to reform the funeral.Now that rural burial is about to be reformed, what should we do with the original tombstones?Rural areas are China’s roots, and the rural economy is naturally a top priority. In recent years, relevant departments have introduced many policies to promote rural economic development, many of which are related to farmland and homestead policies.In the final analysis, the reason why land reform is so important is that the center of the rural economy lies in the land. In rural areas, many people rely on farming for their livelihood. It provides them with food and clothing, brings benefits to them and gives them a place to live.However, a lack of management has led to the misuse of farmland and homestead in many villages, with graves popping up on perfectly good farmland. The newly revised regulations on funeral and Burial have banned the construction of graves on arable land, and old graves that do not comply with regulations have to be changed.At the same time, we should promote cremation in rural areas and build cremation graveyards.However, rural funeral customs have long been deeply rooted in people’s minds, and it is not easy to change them.In fact, as early as 2017, China had already provided subsidies for cremation trials in more than 80 regions across the country, which means that people who choose cremation can receive subsidies.In response to the country’s call, many villages force cremation, but this coercive practice is difficult for many people to accept, and even causes people to dislike the policy.In addition, some members of the public are still buying coffins and burying the ashes of their loved ones in earth burial after receiving the cremation allowance.Therefore, in order to continue the reform, the relevant departments have tried many ways, and this time, the government has proposed two ways to solve the problem.Let’s take a look at two ways of dealing with old graves.Do you think this is reasonable?Burial and cremation are not the only problems to be solved. What to do with an old grave on arable land is also a headache.After the total abolition of earth burial, those old graves buried in the earth will naturally have to be adjusted, so what should be done?At present, there are two main approaches, which will make some people unhappy, but at least they are feasible.The first is to move the tomb.Now many rural areas have a plot of land specially painted outside the cultivated land as the site for the relocation of old graves.However, many people think it is not good to do so, it will not only disturb the dead, but also be troublesome.But if this is a national policy requirement, there is no other way, it is better to follow the requirements, whether it is good for us, the environment, and the next generation.The second is dealing with unclaimed graves.Some villages have a lot of graves, but the owners of some graves don’t know who they are.In this case, special personnel will conduct inspections and verification in villages to confirm that graves without owners can be centrally disposed of.But in this case, many villagers don’t understand why they are doing this. What’s wrong with burial?There are actually two things wrong with this idea.First of all, farmland has special uses. According to China’s relevant policies, villagers only have the right to use farmland and homestead, not ownership, so they should also use the land according to regulations.In addition, the law stipulates that arable land can only be used for growing crops, not for other purposes.Therefore, for those old graves, the relevant authorities will first carry out a long enough period of publicity, and then give a certain amount of time for the villagers to prepare themselves, and leave enough time for them to make corresponding preparations.When the deadline comes, if you do not deal with it, the relevant department can only enforce it.In fact, there are still many villagers who go to great lengths to hold funerals for their relatives in order to save face, but many old people can’t be taken care of by their children when they are alive, so what’s the point of starting filial piety after they are dead.Holding an extravagant funeral and building a very large tomb are expensive and waste a lot of land resources.Wouldn’t it be better to take care of the elderly while they are alive and let them live happily every day than to do these unnecessary filial piety after their death?Conclusion In order to make the rural economy develop rapidly, there are many problems that need to be solved step by step by the relevant departments, including some bad habits that do not adapt to the current development trend.Nowadays, with the enhancement of people’s awareness of environmental protection, the funeral and sacrificial methods of urban and rural residents are changing.2022 National regulation of tombs, rural “grave” deadline treatment?This “two” approach is generally used